Written by Nicole Levins | December 13th, 2010
Written by Brad Parker | November 16th, 2010
There are many ways to make the season a little more eco-friendly. Simple things like supporting Green Gift Monday, recycling wrapping paper or using LED lights. Will you be doing anything different this year to make it a green holiday season?
Written by Nicole Levins | January 6th, 2010
Written by Margaret Southern | December 16th, 2009
Here are 7 ideas on how to put your holiday on a green diet…and make it more satisfying in the process.
Written by Nicole Levins | December 9th, 2009
Those hammering out a climate deal in chilly Copenhagen may not be literally feeling the heat, but the rest of the world sure is, whether it’s from rising global temperatures or from cutting off that excessively powerful AC with self-controlled vents. Turn down that thermostat and dive into today’s top green stories: A new study […]
Written by Nicole Levins | December 2nd, 2009
Happy Cool Green Wednesday, everyone! Read on for the day’s top stories, like a cap-and-trade vid that’s making the wrong argument, good news for hybrid and electric vehicle drivers in Canada and Copenhagen’s teamwork-powered Christmas tree (see above). Enjoy! David Roberts over at Grist explains why the new anti-cap-and-trade video from the maker of “The […]
Written by Nicole Levins | November 11th, 2009
Happy Veterans’ Day, readers! Thank a solider for his or her service, give ‘em a hug, and then dive into today’s roundup of the best green news on the interwebs: The Daily Green weighs in on the “real vs. artificial” Christmas tree debate. Is it really that time of the year already? There’s a green […]